Nzikazi Wilderness Camp
Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
... Lodge about 10.40
Lion Sands Tinga has great breakfasts – the hot components are really nice too and they have “The English Breakfast” which has so many hot items it would be difficult to get through it – same with “The Rancher” … so we stick to the basics !!
Today our pastries were croissants and scones - I had a croissant, some fresh fruit with yoghurt ...
... climbed back into the drivers seat and back to the lions … the boys were now on the move … slowly walking, sometimes together and sometimes apart. These were the brothers we had seen yesterday but somehow they seemed so much bigger when they stood up !!
The boys crossed the road and into the bush and Jabulani drove in after them - I guess I now know what “bush bashing” is … driving into the bush and knocking over plants as you ...
... out into the open. He also called up the Lodge to let them know what he had found. One of the other cars was close by but had stopped for morning coffee … they quickly packed up and joined us within about 3-4 minutes.
The Leopard had not eaten his prey – he was catching his breath from chasing the Monkeys and was lying down with a giant paw on the lifeless Monkey, occasionally looking at it and licking it.
... to us and the three others who disembarked the plane about our rooms, times of the game drives, gratuities, walking to / from the main lobby to our rooms etc.
We were then offered lunch which was very nice - a tagliatelle with a lovely tomato / olive sauce for me and Doug had pea with mint soup, stir fried chicken with noodles and fruit salad for dessert.
Lillian escorted us to our room which was stunning - very ...
... to keep company with whilst on holiday. In fact we were so impressed with the venue that Mark & Mary decided to buy some timeshare at Sabie River Sands.
Some useless info for those of you who may wish to visit this area.
1) Tennis & Squash rackets can be hired at R10 each, you can purchase balls at the Pro Shop, but bring your own as they had sold out when we wanted to play
2) Jogging trail is 10kms, you have to walk or jog this as Mary tried to hire ...
Other places to stay in Kruger National Park
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Imbali Concession, Kruger National Park | 4 star hotelfrom $563
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